Bambou Glace by Weil Perfume. Bambou Glace is a new take on the fan favorite, Bambou.
The women’s fragrance is in a simple elegant bottle with a clear glass cap. The feminine perfume opens with crisp green apples with a touch of spicy pepper. The heart blossoms with a bouquet full of roses, peonies and violets. Amber and white musk bring the fragrance to a delightful finish. The fresh, sweet floral scent with the creamy amber base lasting long after the other notes fade. A modern twist on a
classic floral feminine fragrance.
Weil started in 1912 Paris by three brothers. While they made their wealth in the fur industry, the brothers moved into the world of perfumery in 1927 after creating scents to mask the smell of the fur. Baccarat originally created their bottle designs until 1954. The company changed ownership a few times since the 1960s. Jean-Pierre Weil, Jean-Pierre Mary and Claude Fraysse are the noses behind their nearly 30 fragrances.